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Steve Mavromihalis Spectacular Tiburon Listing Featured on San Francisco Business Times

The 13,000-square-foot residence was the home of Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich, public records show.

For $12 million, you can live like a rock star in the San Francisco Bay area with a mansion that’s on the market.

The 13,000-square-foot home — decked out with an aquarium, indoor basketball court, sauna, five fireplaces, sound studio and more — sits on about 2 acres that overlook the entire San Francisco skyline, the Golden Gate Bridge and the bay. Public records show that the property was owned by Lars Ulrich, founder and drummer of rock group Metallica, though is now controlled by a trust.

The land is located at 11 Place Moulin in Marin, California, at the end of a secluded cul-de-sac and includes two separate side parcels, which the owner purchased years ago for more privacy.

Inside the gated estate, large bay-facing windows overlooking the pool illuminate the indoor space. The 25-room home has six bedrooms, six full-bathrooms and three half baths, a media room, library, living room and kitchen, among others.

The home is being listed by Compass luxury broker Steve Mavromihalis.

And Ulrich isn’t the only Metallica star making real estate deals recently. At the end of 2017, guitarist Kirk Hammett listed his San Francisco home for $13 million. It sold the following March for $12.8 million, according to Zillow.